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The new anti smoking ads

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Roparadise, Apr 13, 2012.

  1. Roparadise

    Roparadise BANNED BANNED

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    Anyone seen the new anti smoking ads by the CDC? I just saw one where one woman lost part of here fingers due to smoking and one guy had both of his leg's amputated due to smoking. What pisses me off is more is being spent on these ads then going after the cause of the problems and that is lack of technology to regrow limbs. $54 million is being spent on the ads by the CDC this year alone and the last contract(back in 2009 by DARPA) to work on research to regrow limbs was a mere $570,000.
     
  2. keinehabe

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    just listen yourself '' lose hes legs because of smoking '' dude :) until you are smoking a chainsaw with menthol flavour I hardly think such result will be done . I`m '' professional '' smoker ( around 40-50 cigars per day since '' forever '' ) LOL . Never had any kind of troubles ( well health troubles I mean ) because of smoking ! and with sure never will have ! Thing is lately because my gurl need more clean air on the house , I was looking into electronic cigars , after few try's I finally found something what can be close to real cigars . I never wanted to quit smoking , never will do at all , the electronic cigars will replace maybe real cigars within time just because she need that effort from me .
     
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    They should advertise Allen Carr's book on the mainstream media. Unfortunately, this won't happen anytime soon. :)